29 May 2013
Southampton students have been voting in their thousands to recognise the hard work and dedication of our staff.
24 May 2013
A recent paper published by an international team of researchers that includes Professors David Sear and Steve Darby from Southampton University’s Geography and Environment Earth Surface Dynamics research group, has been profiled as a “Journal Highlight” by the American Geophysical Union.
9 May 2013
A University of Southampton professor has carried out the most detailed analysis ever of the archaeological remains of the lost medieval town of Dunwich, dubbed 'Britain’s Atlantis'.
3 May 2013
Geography undergraduate Rachel Willey will be part of a team from the University of Southampton, which will represent the UK in the Enactus World Cup in Mexico in September 2013.
2 May 2013
This month students and lecturers had the opportunity to explore physical geography first-hand by visiting the volcanic island of Tenerife as part of the second year ‘Research Design, Methods and Techniques’ course. Below Dr Jo Nield shares her experience of the trip.
30 April 2013
We are pleased to announce the establishment of the Open Source Geospatial Laboratory at the University of Southampton, United Kingdom. The laboratory is one of the members of a worldwide network developed under the auspices of the ICA-OSGeo Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
29 April 2013
First year BSc Geography student Eleanore Heasley has been awarded a prestigious RGS bursary to support her work as a fieldwork apprentice studying monsoon floods in Cambodia this September.
27 March 2013
Professor of Human Geography at the University of Southampton Neil Wrigley has been appointed as the academic member for the new national Future High Streets Forum.
15 March 2013
Today marks the bicentenary of the birth of John Snow, who was one of the pioneers of epidemiology, and did the first real 'GIS-style' analysis.
26 February 2013
A researcher at the University of Southampton, working as part of a team from the UK and USA, believes the global eradication of malaria could be achieved by individual countries eliminating the disease within their own borders and coordinating efforts regionally. The team’s findings have been published in the journal Science.